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Gas-powered vehicles will remain dominant on the road in 2040 according to a report by the U.S. Energy Information Agency.
Toyota doesn’t see much of a market in purely electric cars, but that doesn’t mean the company isn’t looking at one of the most interesting technologies commonly associated with those products.
According to a recent survey, 95 percent of U.S. car shoppers aren’t aware of state and local subsidies, rebates and other incentives related to plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles.
A recent study has revealed that truck shoppers are the least likely to join the hybrid and electric vehicle movement.
The plug-in hybrid British supercar that captivated attention at several international auto shows has officially been sold out.
Today marks the third annual National Plug In Day, highlighting the accelerated growth in the electric vehicle market.
After many years in development the BMW i8 has finally been unveiled in full production trim, keeping its innovative plug-in hybrid engine and even much of the wild styling.
A new study suggests that luxury car buyers could be losing interest in alternative fuel vehicles.
Sometime over the weekend, the 100,000th plug-in vehicle was sold in America.
Recently, the University of Wyoming’s researchers released data that showed the state’s Rock Springs Uplift could provide up to 18-million tons of lithium.
According to a recent study released by IHS Automotive, an estimated 10.7-million charging stations will be available globally by the end of the decade.
A report from the National Research Council states that the U.S. could reduce fossil fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 80 percent by 2050 in cars and trucks.
Wanxiang Group’s purchase of A123 Systems Inc. has been approved by the U.S. government, despite concerns of sensitive technology being transferred to China.
Bankrupt battery manufacturer A123 Systems expects its sale to Chinese firm Wangxiang to be complete in a little over a week.